The Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Management Graduate Teaching Assistantship provides opportunities to teach and mentor undergraduate students while pursuing a Master of Science Degree in Natural Resources with an emphasis in Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Management, Conservation Law Enforcement, or Human-Wildlife Interactions. The assistantship is a 20-hour per week position running from approximately August 21, 2017 to May 18, 2019 and includes the summer 2018. Deadline for applications is April 1, 2017 (more details included in link above).
A research project and assistantship is available for a student interested in pursuing a Master of Science in Natural Resources. The graduate assistant will help lead a study to better understand the extent to which personal technology enhances or detracts from forest visitor recreation experiences, and to identify associated implications for managing technology use on remote and urban-proximate forests.